DAYTON FRAUD, CYBER & ETHICS CONFERENCE 2021
NOW ACCEPTING REGISTRATIONS
We’ve been busy solidifying our agenda and delivery arrangements. A few changes were involved. The summarized facts of the Conference:
We decided to make the Conference virtual. We tried to plan a combined livestreaming and in-person format, but with the arrival of new COVID variants, University of Dayton concerns about limiting COVID exposure, and a resurging of infections, it just makes sense to keep it virtual again this year.
16 hours of NASBA-approved CPE will be offered over three days---October 20, 21, and 22 (Wednesday afternoon, all day Thursday, and Friday morning). Three of these hours will provide Ethics/PSR credit for CFEs and Ohio CPAs (pending approval).
We’ll have three ethics-focused case study presentations.
We have four keynote speakers: Ohio State Auditor Keith Faber, FBI Supervisory Special Agent Chad Hunt (an expert on cyber threats), Grant Thornton CEO Brad Preber, and Dr. Alexander Stein, Founder of Dolus Advisors.
The Conference will emphasize investigation and interviewing skills, including how to detect deception, knowledge of common investigation blind spots, and the FBI approach to investigating.
The National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts will again provide our technology platform for virtual delivery, plus registration and CPE-Compliance services. Monitor the B4G website https://behavioralforensicsgroup.com/events/ for a link to the NACVA-based landing page and registration portal.
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Register for the Dayton Conference on Fraud 2021 or click on the logo below:
Your cost of full attendance: $400 for all three days, $300 if you register by the end of September 30. To obtain these prices, you must use the discount code, DFCACFE3 (and it will save you about $1,000).
We look forward to your attendance at the Conference.
The Conference Planning Team and our sponsors: